St. Cecelia: Model of Faith, Hope in Persecution

THE LOMBARDY REGION of Italy is today the site of great devastation and death by the coronavirus. This area has a long Catholic heritage. The Lombards were fierce barbarians who invaded the region of Italy after the fall of the Roman Empire. They, as other invaders, were converted to the Catholic Faith. St. Cecilia has... Continue Reading →

Pope St John XXIII Blessing the Agnus Deis

Agnus Deis are discs of wax impressed with an image of the Lamb of God, and often with the arms of the Pope or the image of a Saint on the reverse. They were traditionally blessed by the Popes as described by the old Catholic Encyclopedia: “The great consecration of Agnus Deis took place only in the... Continue Reading →

The Smoking Gun Finally Appears

From One Mad Mom Alright, alright. I know everyone is looking at THE exhortation to end all exhortations and adding their own spin on it but there was some other HUGE news it seemed like many missed. In fact, I think the liberal “married priests & woman deaconesses/priestess” types are very happy to have people... Continue Reading →

Graduation Card Insert

A friend of ours graduated this year from high school, home schooled, and after reading The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho decided to include a few quotes in her card along with some other ending quotes. “What is the world’s greatest lie?” the little boy asks. The old man replies, “It’s this: that at a certain... Continue Reading →

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